When I'm going to tag a commit*, I need to know what changed since the last tagged commit. Eg:
a87a6sdf87a6d4 Some new feature
a87a6sdf87a6d3 Some bug fix
a87a6sdf87a6d2 Some comments added
a87a6sdf87a6d1 Some merge <- v1.4.0
git tag -a v1.2.3 -m ''
git log <yourlasttag>..HEAD ?
If you want them like in your example, on the one line with commit id + message, then
git log <yourlasttag>..HEAD --oneline
and in case you don't know your latest tag or want this to be dynamic, on windows you could do
for /f "delims=" %a in ('git describe --tags --abbrev^=0') do @set latesttag=%a git log %latesttag%..HEAD --oneline
and on linux
git log `git describe --tags --abbrev=0`..HEAD --oneline
Also, if you have a case where you know a tag in history and want to print everything from that tag up to current situation, you might want to add also
--decorate so it would print out any tags in between.